Domain Questions
2015-03-01, 02:07 AM,
#1
I just recently found a good whitehat niche, but I have a question on the domain.

If I were to purchase a .co domain, would that affect anything? Traffic? Ranking? Indexing?

Is a .com domain better than a .co domain? Does the ending really matter at all?
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2015-03-01, 02:09 AM,
#2
You are better with a TLD.

A top-level domain (TLD) is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System of the Internet.
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2015-03-01, 02:10 AM,
#3
Domain extension really does not matter to a great extent in ranking. Best content and other SEO will make it.
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2015-03-01, 02:11 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-03-01, 02:16 AM by BlackHatSEO.)
#4
(2015-03-01, 02:07 AM)Fire Wrote: Is a .com domain better than a .co domain? Does the ending really matter at all?

I suggest you to buy a .com domain. One ranking factor is the usability and bounce rate. More people trust in .com domains, so will trust in your website and click on this result. This improves your bounce rate and therefor your ranking.
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2015-03-01, 02:14 AM,
#5
Google treat .CO as a generic TLD, same ranking power as .com
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2015-03-01, 02:18 AM,
#6
(2015-03-01, 02:09 AM)⚜DαveS4⚜ Wrote: You are better with a TLD.

A top-level domain (TLD) is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System of the Internet.

Would .co be considered a TLD? I researched a bit and heard that Google is taking it as a TLD, but is it? Just want to confirm.
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2015-03-01, 02:18 AM,
#7
(2015-03-01, 02:09 AM)⚜DαveS4⚜ Wrote: You are better with a TLD.

A top-level domain (TLD) is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System of the Internet.

Nice copy from wikipedia, but you forgot that both .co and .com are TLD lol
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2015-03-01, 02:44 AM,
#8
So what ? It still the truth.
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2015-03-01, 02:49 AM,
#9
(2015-03-01, 02:14 AM)NyanCat Wrote: Google treat .CO as a generic TLD, same ranking power as .com

I did a lot of experiments with this over the years and can't confirm this. Same with third-level-domains and IP addresses.

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2015-03-01, 02:55 AM,
#10
(2015-03-01, 02:49 AM)BlackHatSEO Wrote:
(2015-03-01, 02:14 AM)NyanCat Wrote: Google treat .CO as a generic TLD, same ranking power as .com

I did a lot of experiments with this over the years and can't confirm this. Same with third-level-domains and IP addresses.

It's very hard nearly impossible to perform such test because SEO for every website varies. But what is important that google treat them same. Now it can be different when it comes to CTR maybe visitors trust more .com
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